Monthly Archives: August 2014

Northern Germany: Calau and the Spreewald

 CALAU and the SPREEWALD in the BRANDENBURG REGION of EAST GERMANY. Monday 30th June 2014 The digital notice board on the Dresden station platform indicated our train would leave at 10-57.   Fifteen minutes passed and no train and when Bev made … Continue reading

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Northern Germany: Dresden Part 2

OUT and ABOUT DRESDEN PART 2. A ride along the Elbe, the new bridge, the Blue Bridge and the loss of  Tbear. 28th JUNE 2014 William Shakespeare wrote the Tragedy of Coriolanus sometime between 1605 and 1608 and a quote in … Continue reading

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Northern Germany: Dresden Part 1

OUT and ABOUT DRESDEN PART 1. 26th /27th JUNE 2014 People and cities have a lot in common. They both have scars and features that tell a story: Dresden has a lot of them and thus a lot of stories. … Continue reading

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Czech Republic to Germany: Along the Elbe River

BIKE-HITCHING FROM MELNIK IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC TO DRESDEN IN GERMANY. This posting is dedicated to our Swiss friend Erika, lover of bikes, books and muesli. Erika rides her bike to work in the morning (she is a librarian) and … Continue reading

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An interim post: August 2014

AN INTERIM POST  This post is to inform the avid readers of  Tbeartravels that we are still on the road even though we have not done a posting for a while. The reasons for not posting are various: unreliable internet connection, … Continue reading

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